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Replace washer reservoir wiper windshield fluid

Reservoir leaking

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SOURCE: windshield wiper fluid does not spray and how does it turn on?

The washer pump should be in the resivoir bottle...remove the plug on the bottom of the resivior and check it for power when the washer button ie pushed... if you have power, then you should replave the washer motor...
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Posted on Sep 21, 2008

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SOURCE: windshield washer will not work even though the wipers do on a fo

check the fuse, if its ok youre gonna need a new pump.

Posted on Jan 15, 2009

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SOURCE: Windshield washer not working properly

If you have used ANYTHING beside windshield solvent in you reservor, you may have created WAXING from soap in the bottom of washer tank, which clogs pump,lines, and nozzel....take the tank out and wash it..disconnect washer hoses at nozzel and clear with compressed air along with the nozzel...if you use solvent only you may have a worn washer pump or restriction...check those and good luck.....

Posted on Jul 04, 2009

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SOURCE: Ford Windshield Washer Resivoir Leaking

Check the lines from the reservoir to the sprayers to make sure somet hose didn't come out from some fitting. If that doesn't work, you might just replace the lines (I had that happen to my parent's ford mini van). If you see the leaking coming from the hose coming from the reservoir, try pushing the hose back onto the fitting (had that happen to my Ford Bronco II). If all that fails, replace the reservoir.

Posted on Jul 17, 2009

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SOURCE: 1998 ford expedition front windshield washer

fuse for washer pump, can you here the pump, if not then power to pump isn't present. Check the fuse for it.

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  1. Remove the screws and the A/C vacuum reservoir tank and bracket. 1b32ebf.gif

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